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Say goodbye to winter? Not yet. Temperatures coming down

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For this Wednesday the IPMA predicts a drop in maximum temperature and strong wind with bursts.

If the mild temperatures that have been felt in recent days could indicate the approach of spring, prepare yourself because you are not yet going to say goodbye to winter. According to the forecast of the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA), for this Wednesday is expected a drop in maximum temperature and strong wind with gusts.

It can also be counted throughout the day with periods of very cloudy sky, becoming cloudy or clear to the south of the Montejunto-Estrela mountainous system, from the early morning and north of the said system from mid-afternoon.

There is also the possibility of weak showers until the beginning of the morning. As for the wind, it is expected to blow moderately from the northern quadrant, and moderate to strong (30 to 45 km / h), with gusts up to 65 km / h, in the western coastal strip, especially south of the Cape Mondego, and in the highlands.

When the night arrives, do not forget to warm up since the IPMA provides a strong cooling night. But there is more. The weather forecast also indicates a small decrease of the minimum temperature inside, more significant in the North and Center regions and lowering of the maximum temperature.

In Lisbon, it is expected a minimum of 9ºC and a maximum of 16ºC, while in Porto the minimum may fall to 6ºC and the maximum to 15ºC.
In Coimbra, the scenario will not be very different, since a minimum of 5ºC is expected and a maximum also of 15ºC.
Further south, in Faro, a minimum of 10ºC and a maximum of 22ºC is expected.

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